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Homemade House Fly Traps

Homemade House Fly Traps 2C water, 1/2C sugar, 1/2C white vinegar. Put big holes in lid and sit inside or out. Flys fly in but not out

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Homemade Fly Traps

Flies are among the most common pests and can multiply quickly. While purchasing fly traps from hardware stores and grocery stores is always an option, you can easily make your own homemade fly traps from a few simple ingredients that are probably already in your kitchen pantry.

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Old School Fly Control That Works I am not sure if it is just a problem this year but the flies have been on the apocalyptic scale around my house. I can’t seem to get rid of them no matter what I spray or how many sticky fly traps I hang up. I was at my whits end when I found this amazing old sch…

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Get Rid of Flies with Homemade Sticky Fly Paper

Get Rid of Flies with Homemade Sticky Fly Paper http://everydayroots.com/sticky-paper-fly-trap

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DIY Fly Trap!

This fly trap is genius. You probably have everything you need in your kitchen to make one too!

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Homemade fly trap that actually works 1 quart jar, with lid 1/2 cup vinegar 1/2 cup sugar Water Puncture some medium holes in the lid. Add the sugar & vinegar, then top with water. Screw on lid & place jar where the flies are a nuisance.

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See How This Man Made The Most Effective Fly Trap Ever

Flies are very bothersome pests, especially in the summer. You're hot and sweaty, and the last thing you want to do is swat away nasty flies. But what else are you supposed to do? Well, you can buy expensive sprays and traps, or you can make your own fly trap at home. Here's what you'll need to do: Combine 1/4 teaspoon of dry yeast, 1/4 cup of brown sugar, and 1 cup of lukewarm water. Put the mixture in a bottle and set it outside. This thing actually works, and Holy cow! That's a lot of…

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Homemade House Fly Traps

House flies are not only a nuisance while they are buzzing around your head, they are also carriers of germs and diseases. Insect sprays will kill the house flies, but they are not safe to use around food, children or animals. Sticky flypaper will catch some of them, but it's unattractive. Making your own fly traps is inexpensive and uses...

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